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jordan is in baltimore where health officials just released the new details. >> reporter: jim, this is typically used to treat back pain, but now several people have died, one in maryland and one in virginia. doctors here say they've been able to pinpoint a two-month time frame where this injection was distributed and they think they know where it came from. >> we were notified by centers for disease control -- >> reporter: the state department of mental health and hi hygiene say patients are at risk of having meningitis. a facility in massachusetts where the injections were mixed and shipped out. there, doctors believe a fungus contaminated the product. nine facilities received shipments of the questionable steroid injections. >> this case, there were human cases, and it was tracked back to the product. >> reporter: the meningitis outbreak has reached six states with five deaths, but doctors fear the number of those with meningitis may get higher. >> we believe that there are probably hundreds of patients who may have received an injection, and those cases are currently under
. they'll be weighing in on an emotional charged issue for immigrants. today richard jordan spoke to some students in hyattsville who say they feel powerless because they cannot participate in decisions that could change their lives. >> reporter: the undocumented hispanic community is anxiously anticipating the november elections. but those with the most to lose do not get to vote. 17-year-old veronica just graduated from high school in june. the opportunity to go to college is out of reach, because the teen is undocumented and the cost of higher learning is too high. maryland's question 4 asks voters to approve a law allowing undocumented immigrants to pay instate or incounty tuition at maryland colleges. passage would open doors for thousands of imgrants. >> i had cancer back in 2009. >> reporter: the stakes are hi for ricardo. he dreams of becoming an oncologist, but says he will never made it to medical school without the referendum. >> i'm a cancer survivor. my life was saved in johns hopkins by a doctor who is an immigrant. i just want to keep saving lives the same way my life was s
blueford pointed a gun at a police officer. >>> now, oakland police howard jordan said -- >>> meanwhile, a separate scathing report has created a new controversy for oakland police. a federal judge ordered a judge on department of investigations of nine police shootings and yesterday that report was released. it states that investigators were sympathetic towards fellow police. the report idea that in several -- adds that some could be disappointed. >>> for now milpitas police will remain on the job. milpitas is facing a $9 million budget deficit. the council now plans to get the public vote whether -- about whether they should oursource the police. >>> the highway 4 is open again after a bad accident at hillcrest. police say a dark car hit the center divide and slammed into a white suv. >> somebody was weaving all over the roads. the air bag saved his life. >> the other driver was arrested on driving -- for driving under the influence. highway 4 was shut down for an hour and a half after emergency crews came and cleared out the scene. antioch police are searching for someone throwing ob
prepared. i was very impressed. >> i agree. same thing. decisive. leadership. >> jordan? >> had passion and he's been try and talked about leadership, we need that. >> notice you're telling me attributes and not substansz. not issues. how he performed rather than where he stood. >> this is to talk about social issues. we understand his business background, how well he's done. we haven't heard anything substantial. tonight i heard what i needed to hear from him. so you are now a romney supporter? >> absolutely. >> you weren't coming in here? >> nope. >> how many of you hadn't made up your minds before you came in here? everyone? how many made up your minds because of the debate? >> that is significant. you're one of the youngest people here, how old are you? >> 25. >> you'd be voting for barack obama? >> right. who are you going to vote for? >> romney. >> what did he say. >> he's a business owner and knows how to save money, cap things when spending gets too high and how to run a successful business. it's why he is where he's at z we have to run the country like a business. >> you're one
seen strikes in lebanon. there have been a flow of refugees? jordan and turkey. we have iranian forces and ed in the fighting. as time goes on we will see more regionalization here. we also have the jihadist coming in from god knows where. >>trace: we have hezbollah, iran is still giving bashar al-assad weapons. it is time that someone, the united states and others, come in and start giving the rebels the tools they need to fight the war? >>guest: it is well past time the united states needs to take more of an active leadership role. these protests started in march of 2012 as peaceful protests. what do we have? we have extremists involved and the regionalization of the conflict. we have not done that much. what are we pressing for now? a u.n. security council resolution that probably is not going to happen. the united states needs to come up with more ideas on how we will resolve this. >>trace: we worry about bashar al-assad leafing but now it appears bashar al-assad is the greater of all evils. thank you, sir. >> if defense contractors send out thousands of letters saying they will ha
victim has died in tennessee. one patient in virginia, and one in maryland have also died. richard jordan is live in baltimore, where state health officials have just released a list of clinics that received this medicine. >> reporter: wendy, nine facilities in maryland and virginia are now being investigated. part of this growing concern about a meningitis outbreak. there are seven maryland facilities that receive these potentially contaminated steroid injections. two in virginia. right now, the doctors are warning people, if they received a steroid injection within the past two months from any of these facilities now in question, they need to go to a doctor and get checked out as soon as possible. this has all been
'm richard jordan topping your news today in a stunning turn of events the nationals are staying home for the winter. at one point the nats were leading the cardinals 6-0 in the winner take all game five but the cards stormed back winning the game 9-7 and knocking the nationals right out of the playoffs. next up for the cardinals they head west to play the san francisco giants in the national league championship series. alexandria police are working to try to solve a rash of at least three violent sexual assaults on women. the latest happened thursday night near the intersection of van dorn street and courtney avenue. the victim told police the hispanic man pulled a knife on her and demanded money. when she says she didn't have any he pulled her into some bushes and then he says he assaulted her. >>> storm team 4 meteorologist thee we are waking up to another cold morning but let's find out when we might see a warm up. >> good morning to you. a good saturday morning everybody. what a beautiful morning outside. the sun is up already. and a mostly clear sky. but woo did it get cold last
'll join us live. >>> good morning everyone. i'm richard jordan. the time is 7:26 on this saturday, october 27th. all eyes on sandy this morning. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is tracking the trofrm and is here with the latest forecast. now, chuck? >> good morning, richard. a good saturday morning everybody. cloudy skies are in place. you may get a little peeks at the sunshine today but on the whole clouds are going to win the day and once the clouds move in that's going to be it. it is going to be a long stretch before we see the sunshine again. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s now. it'll be a cloudy and cool start but a relatively mild day today with temperatures climbing into the upper, mid to upper 60s but plenty of clouds around and a bit breezy at times. tomorrow is when the weather really starts to go downhill. cloudy and wet tomorrow with rain and wind on the increase during the course of the day. and the potential for impacts, high impacts for wind and rain, lower eastern shore to the outer banks tomorrow but then as we get into monday and tuesday a high impact for rain,
made the medication is now issuing a voluntary recall. >>> a late-blooming arab spring in jordan. they are challenging jordan's king and its government today. they're expected to hold a rally expected to start in about an hour from now. supporters of the muslim brotherhood, the largest opposition party there, will press for broader political representation and a more democratic parliament in jordan as well. >>> more bad news for hockey fan. we do not deserve this, the nhl canceled the first two weeks of the regular season because of the ongoing player lockout. the season was scheduled to start next thursday. ain't going to happen. this comes a week after the league wiped out the entire preseason. talks between the nhl and players union have failed to produce a new labor agreement. >> you think the whole season could be gone, right? >> yes. >> baseball's postseason kicks off with two wildcard matchups. it's a new one and done format. the winner moves on, the losers goes home. in the american league it's the upstart baltimore orioles, traveling to the lone star state to take on the
from the 9-year- old boy. >> from jordan who is so smart. but yeah, these kids are great. >> apparently they have a good dramatic arts program there, too. [ laughter ] >> the kids were great. >> you remember so much more with song. so we want it hear why your school is cool. send your suggestions to mornings@cbs5.com. >> send them in we would love to hear from you. we'll be out next week and if something catches our eye we'll come to your school. nice job. >>> 6:21. the as fighting for first place in the a.l. west. >> plus from a goal to the glass. the painful ending to a junior hockey player's celebration. ,, >>> take a look, a junior hockey league player scores but takes a painful way to celebrate. new jersey's taylor cox goes crashing through the glass as he checked into the boards. he was not hurt. and his team did enjoy the smashing success of winning the game. usually it's the puck that goes through the glass not the player. >> that was fun. >> yes. >>> the oakland as go for the american league west championship this afternoon at the coliseum. >> yeah. speaking of fun. it could be
chief howard jordan says he wants to fire two officers, demote one, send three to counseling and training, suspend 15 officers and reprimand 23 others. meanwhile, the police association is furious, accusing the department of scapegoating officers and blames a lack of planning and putting officers in difficult positions during the protests. oakland mayor jean quan says the majority of officers obey the law and protect the city. she calls chief jordan's recommendations fair and balanced. >> because the complaints are wide ranging complaints, from covering up your badge to not having your camera on, to actually hurting somebody. so it's a wide range. >> she says the city plans to have a ruling on all complaints by october 25th, the one-year deadline required by the state. >>> new this morning, the san francisco giants are back in the bay area, getting ready for the national league championship series. [ cheers & applause ] the giants arrived at at&t ball park around 5:30 this morning after flying in from cincinnati. fans stayed up all night or got up early to greet the players a
, turkey, jordan. i think everybody is watching very closely to see how the revolution within the country is changing, how it is implementing more extremist tactics, how people are becoming more radicalized. at the same time syrians would say do you think we want extremists to come in and hijack our revolution? of course we don't. but we're drowning and we asked you. we said give me your hand and you wouldn't give it to us. and they will, so we'll take it. >> every syrian activist with the opposition will tell you they've seen iranian fighters inside, that they've seen fighters with hezbollah, the lebanese shiite militia. there's a strong sense that the syria regime could not survive this were it not for the assistance of iran and, of course, hezbollah and the russians. >> great to see you. >> clarissa, thank you. >>> cbs has learned that the u.s. mission in libya repeatedly asked for more security before the attacks on the consulate in benghazi. 13 confirmed security threats in the six months before the attack. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed three weeks ag
is engaged to be married. she is set to marry our adopted brother, nick jordan a&e confirms the news. they adopted the boy when he was 12 years old -- >> um . . . >> bill: that is weird, creepy and that is trouble. you know that is trouble with a capital t. do they live in mississippi? [ laughter ] >> thank you. ♪ >> bill: all right. 12 minutes after the hour. it was a big night last night. a great show. you have got to admit it. and there in danville kentucky last night, evan mcmorris santora was there. what was it like last night. >> we were in a big gymnasium all of us watch it together. but there was a lot of talk early in the debate -- as soon as the debate started there was a lot of talk about joe biden's grins and throwing his hands in the air, but as the debate went on -- i heard less of that. i think if you watch the debate and then saw what joe biden was able to do. he was just so much more aggressive than obama had been and there is a lot of focus on how aggressive he was. that's the tenner of things that i felt. and the expectations are really on bid
is on tender hooks. in lebanon, turkey, jordan. everybody is watching very closely to see how the revolution within the country is changing face, how it is implementing more extremist tactic, how people are become being more radicalized. at the same time what the syrians would say to me you think we want extremists to come in and hijack our revolution. we don't. we're drowning. we ask you to give us your hand and you won, they will so we'll take it. >> is the syrian government getting any support from outside like iran? >> they've seen iranian fighters inside, seen fighters with hezbollah, the lebanese shi'ite regime. the syrian regime count exist without the support of iran and hezbollah and the russians. >> great to see you. >> clarissa, thank you. >> cbs has learned the u.s. mission in libya repeatedly asked for better security before last month's attack on the american consulate in benghazi. a state department officer said there were 13 confirmed security threats in the six months before the attack. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed three weeks ago. critics a
, still very dangerous. we're supporting monarchies in saudi arabia and jordan yet, but at the same time talking about democracies. if you spend any time in that region at all, first thing happens when you get off an airplane is some young arab will come up to you and say, i love america, you only support israel. so it's very hard to get traction in that part of the world when it comes to having an influence on them. >> before i get to a back and forth last night that resinated with either side depending on who you were supporting, what was your take away overall? >> well, barack obama clearly outmatched mitt romney on substance. no doubt about that. i also noticed a couple of minutes in, mitt romney was striking the right tone. the second debate his tone was all wrong for the first 20 minutes, 30 minutes, he was combative like he was in the republican primary. and while that worked well against rick perry, and newt gingrich and very well against primary opponents herman cain, it doesn't work well against the sitting president of the united states. last night his tone was right. he wasn'
quote from 1990. michael jordan was asked to support a democratic candidate for senate, declined at the time saying republicans buy shoes, too. currently the owner of the charlotte bobcats and raises money for president obama. i don't think he's all that concerned at this point in his life and career that people will alienate him because of his political choices. >> back in the day, he was selling a lot of shoes. maybe that was the reason for that comment. a.j. hammer, thanks so much. he will be back with us in the next hour for more showbiz headlines. >>> the man behind the viral individu video sits down to talk about his breakdown and hospitalization. >>> one credit card company is paying out hundreds of dollars to each of its card holders. it's not because they racked up a bunch of reward points. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn yo
shells land in lebanon and in jordan over the board frer syria and landed over the border inside turkey several times. now for the first time another country is going to shoot back. what's assad's response going to be to that? i don't see him pulling back. >> whose call would that have been to retaliate? >> that would come from the prime minister. the prime minister's got a lot of political baggage tied up in syria right now. a lot of people in turkey don't like the way he's really come out against assad, that he's got so many refugees in his country. and he wants to win another election. and he's got to come out tough on this one. >> talking to ivan watsson, he said the last thing turkey wants is to get dragged into a war. >> and look it's happening. this is what we're seeing right now. how far will it go depends on the amount of shelling. >> and five people were killed in turkey, correct? >> that's what we understand. a woman and several children. >> okay. so as we continue to watch, we'll watch reaction from nato also i presume. >> tur ks are turning to nato to. i don't think we can
-- like lebron james or michael jordan, he rises to the big moment. that didn't happen last night. >> bill: no. there is some particular -- the thing that struck me and angered me the most watching at home, i mean i felt -- i have to -- i felt that i have defended president obama better than he defended himself last night. there were several occasions where i said god, i could have answered that better than that. one particularly was this $716 billion. cut out of -- which governor romney accused again president obama of cutting from existing medicare benefits basically. and he said it three different times. every fact checker independently has debunked that claim. president obama never once last night told the truth. it was a lie. that's a big deal. if you're telling people who are seeing this for the first time, oh, my god obama cut $716 billion out of my medicare and obama never said no, that's not true. >> he wasn't sharp on any of his attacks on romney. he didn't -- you know, the thing -- the biggest part of t
it blows up? that's happening in syria. it's worse when it starts affecting lebanon, jordan, iraq. the whole region could become much more destabilized. megyn: kt mcfarlane, thank you. >> thank you. megyn: coming up, an honors student getting a crash course on her first amendments rights after the teacher decided she did not like the teenager's mitt romney t-shirt. megyn: well, a high school honor student is getting national attention after getting a hard lesson in free speech this week. samantha says she was stunned when her teacher ordered her out of class because she was wearing a romney/ryan t-shirt to school, and she says the teacher made it very clear how she felt about that. trace is here with more. trace? >> reporter: happened on a casual dress day at high school in philadelphia. that girl is samantha, megyn, and as you said, she's an honoring student, but she's not old enough to vote, though she got a very good crash course in partisan politics. she walked into class wearing the romney/ryan t-shirt or, and it turns out her teacher was an obama supporter. listen. >> i came
a disaster his foreign policy has been. if you poll countries like egypt, jordan, you see the lack of respect for the u.s., the negative perception of the u.s. has gone up tremendously under this president and he thought he was going to sweet talk the muslim world into loving america. bill: well, last debate, debate number two, the question was asked, who was it who denied enhanced security in libya and why? that was a question from a voter in nassau county, new york. does the campaign think that the governor blew that answer? >> well, i think candy crowley jumping in there kind of knocked him off his pace and when the president deliberately lied about what happened in the rose garden i think he was being showed that the president would lie in front of 70 million people. so it knocked him off a little bit. i think now he is prepared for the fact he might get more dissembling from the president. he always knows he has to work a little bit against the moderator. this administration has turned a foreign policy failure, the disaster in libya, into a character issue. all of a sudden the american p
by barbara jordan and 1990's. i think the way to describe the american immigration system is, it is enormous. it represents something like one-third of the world's total immigration into one country with 7% of the world's population. it is enormous but terribly unbalanced. it is dominated by family ties and skills based immigration is an afterthought in the current system. that is the problem you're referring to. it is also off balance as an expedient. we have a dominance now in the skills based side and a dominance of temporary migration over permanent migration. that is not healthy, and that is why we get these kind of peculiar outcomes that he was talking about. the system is enormous. needs reform. it is not that we need more immigration. it is that we need to have a better balance within the immigration system. as far as who does better, i never thought i would say this, i must say. i spent many years living in britain and they had a hopeless immigration system, i thought, very badly administered, very badly thought through. they now probably have the most thoughtful analysis of skills
the bastards, send in the military. apparently we have troops in jordan helping them deal with the crisis of refugees coming over the border from syria. on the other hand, there's kind of a sense of to hell with the rest of the world. we can't fix these places. let's just let them sink in their own mess and, you know, extricate ourselves as much as possible. i don't think either of those two extremes will ever come from any american president, meaning that you need to protect your allies, you need to have a presence and as romney points out, if we don't do it, will china step into this role? is india? the other options. as bad as an option is of the u.s. being if not the world's policemen, the world's s.w.a.t. team, the one who gets called in emergencies, then, you know, the other options are other countries that don't have our interests at heart. my guess is that romney may be campaigning in a strong -- as you described, as a neocon level, he may end up governing, if elected, in a much more realist manner. budget and financial matters. not necessarily an ideological predilection. >> i ag
johnson, the other thing yesterday in the seventh inning, he brings in jordan zimmerman, a starter, the first time he had ever come in from the pen, one of the best starters in baseball, only davey johnson would have pulled that move. >> and he struck out the side. >> he did. >>> next, mika's "must-read opinion pages." you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. ♪ [ male announcer ] start with a simple idea. think. drink coffee. design something totally original. do it again. that's good. call in the engineers. call in the car guys. call in the nerds. build a prototype. mold it. shape it. love it. give it a starting price under 16 grand. take it to the track. tweak. tweak. tweak. stop. take it to the car shows. call the critics. call the marketing team. get a celebrity endorser. he's perfect. i am? [ male announcer ] yes, you are. making a groundbreaking car -- it's that easy. ♪ >>> welcome back to "morning joe." 44 past the hour. time now for the "must-read opinion pages." and we have more reaction to the vice presidential debate last night. we'll start with "the washin
, this could really be an historic moment. you point out jordan. it didn't happen in iran after the death of that young woman who wasn't even a protester in the green revolution in the streets in 2009. the people, you know, originally turned out for her, nadia, but eventually that petered out under the heavy boot of the totalitarian regime. if this does change pakistan profoundly, that has impact in pakistan and throughout the region. >> mark halperin. >> you've got to wonder what the reason is for republicans who know the election is going to be primarily about the economy, why they continue to talk about libya, syria, why about governor romney give that foreign policy speech? my sense is their view of the race is particularly with the economy doing a little bit better, that they need to show that governor romney is stronger. you go back to castellano's very smart view of debates, you need moments of strength. and remember, we've got a whole debate on foreign policy coming up. he's trying to put himself as stronger than the president on the economy but also on all these international sit
and the las vegas strip. we have problems with egypt and problems in syria. jordan is becoming destabilized. the fact of the matter is we have to be very careful to ensure that our ally, the most reliable ally we have and the only democracy in a very dangerous part of a world, has the tools they need to keep their people safe. >> thank you for the question. the biggest threat to israel today is iran with nuclear weapons. the second biggest threat to israel today is whether not the united states will stand behind them when they are threatened. there are very few differences between my opponent and me on foreign policy. if she wants to have a debate, she ought to have that debate with the president. what happened in egypt and libya, it took them weeks to decide it was a terrorist attack. i am concerned because israel needs our help. it will need our support and i stand behind them. >> ok. >> this is an issue that is very important to me. i have spent a critical time in middle east peace. when i disagreed with the president, i was the first one on either side of the aisle to express my differe
with 14 leaders in the region; turkey, israel, jordan and iraq. i've been to all those countries, most of them more than once. my aim has been to make sure that we're all prepared with options for the challenges ahead, both the near-term issues in iran and in syria and longer-term issues resulting from the arab spring. there are some countries i haven't visited yet, but i plan to. china and india are high on my list, and so is russia. even though i've not yet visited miss cow, i have had several -- moscow, i have had several productive meetings with my russian counterpart here in washington, d.c., in europe and by video teleconference several times. i could go on. as you can tell, i'm working hard on my friends list. one final thought. during all of these travels, our servicemen and women are always foremost in my thoughts. they and their families have been through a lot. they are an inspirational bunch. i saw this when i was honored to go to london as the head of the united states delegation to the paraolympics. our athletes, especially the wounded warriors -- 20 of the 200 were wound
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